Watch out Irish whiskey lovers: Tullamore D.E.W. is coming back home. The makers of the blended Irish whiskey are moving production back to the town of Tullamore for the first time since the original distillery closed in 1954.

The state-of-the-art pot still and malt distillery cost roughly 35 million Euro to construct, and will help the company match the growing demand for Irish whiskey. The facility will use replicas of the original models used to produce the spirit 185 years ago, with help from new technology that will ensure consistency and balance.

While Tullamore D.E.W. will continue to produce its Original and 12-Year-Old Special Reserve blends, the new digs will allow the brand to create new expressions.

Read more about the distillery at Cool Hunting.